‘Drink-driver’ arrested near Radlett after dog finds him hiding in bushes

PUBLISHED: 09:07 02 April 2018

Police dog Tai. Picture: BCH Police Dogs

Police dog Tai. Picture: BCH Police Dogs


A suspected drink-driver was arrested near Radlett last night after a police dog found him hiding in bushes.

Police dog Tai was despatched with his handler after a male motorist ran from a car.

The Beds, Cambs and Herts Police Dog unit tweeted that Tai tracked the suspect into fields, where a man was found hiding in bushes.

He was arrested for driving while unfit.

The Herts Ad is awaiting further details from the police.

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